In Oregon, there is a wide variety of different types of hotels.
There are resort hotels, ocean-front stays, well-known chains such as Marriott and Hampton Inn, budget hotels like Best Western, luxury hotels, historic hotels, etc. There are also a lot of hotels scattered in Oregon that are individually owned.
Choosing a hotel mainly depends on the area and what the traveler is looking for when they visit. Personally, I like hotels that are budget-friendly, clean, and nicely rated. Motels and places over $200 are generally not on my radar.
The next page features three examples of hotels and resorts travelers can find in Oregon.
Name: The Allison Inn & Spa
Category: Luxury, wine country resort, business
Cost Per Night: Average $445 per night
Amenities: Conference and business center, gas fireplaces, custom-crafted furnishings, original Oregon artwork, complimentary valet parking, transportation arrangements, indoor pool, fitness studio, saunas and spa, and the Jory Restaurant.
Audience: Mostly couples, business people, those wanting to have a luxurious experience more in the countryside, and groups.
Stars: 4.5 (4.7 on Google); Tripadvisor Traveler's Choice 2020
Name: TownePlace Suites by Marriot Portland Beaverton
Category: Mid-range/tier, extended stay
Cost Per Night: Prices range from $123-$169 per night.
Amenities: Business center, outdoor fire pit and grill, guest laundry, complimentary breakfast, kitchenette, outdoor pool and fitness room.
Audience: Families, those wanting to stay close but not in the Portland city, business people who need an extended stay.
Name: Lanai at the Cove (Seaside)
Category: Oceanfront lodging, leisure, family friendly, individually owned units
Cost Per Night: Prices range from $80-$189 depending on the season.
Amenities: Ocean-views, heated pool, smoke-free, kitchenettes, free parking, pet friendly.
Audience: Families, people with pets, those wanting a kitchenette, or those wanting to be in Seaside, OR for vacation.
Stars: 4.5; Tripadvisor Traveler's Choice